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Post Crescent, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1959, Appleton, Wisconsin APPLETON POST CRESCENT VOL. L No. 25 28 A, B MCNASHA, WB., SATUtDAY, MAtCH AMOC1ATED PRttW wnuc MWVIOB Price Seven Cents Chinese Reds Name Panchen Lama to Head Puppet State Peiping Declares Dalai Lama Held Under Duress by Rebels; Claims Uprising Is Smashed Tokyo Ufi Red China claimed today it has smashed an uprising in Tibet and in- the La- stalled Panch e n m munist of the rival rebel- lious Dalai L a m a as head of a new regime. An order by Premier Chou Panchen Lama En-lai abolish- attend the show "was pu forth by the Dalai Lama per sonally more than one montl earlier and the date Marcl 19 was fixed by the Dala Lama himself." 'On that day, however, the Milwaukeean In Charge of Firing Squad Havana An Ameri- can is in charge of executions of war criminals at La Ca b a n a For- tress prison. Herman Marks of Mil wau k e e, 37 year-old cap- tain in the Cu ban Rebel! army, has giv- en "R e a dy, Clintonville Youth Dies As Racing Autos Crash 200 Marks times to Aim, Fire" orders nearly firing squads. This represents a sizable por- tion of the 450 executions rebellious Tibetan c 1 i q u ejknown to have in spread wild rumors alleging Cuba since overthrow of Die- that the army units of the Ti- tator Fulgencio Batista, betan military area command "Execution is not pleas- would detain the Dalai Lama! and by using this rumor as a pretext, stage'd armed rebel- ed the Tibetan government lion, put the Dalai Lama un- nominally headed by the der duress and raised such re- Dalai Lama. Peiping said the'actionary slogans as 'indepen- Daali Larna "under duress by dence for ant one, task but a commented necessary "El Cap- tain as fellow reb- els call him. the rebels" tore up the treaty in 1951 with red said. Accounts from The sun-bronzed who quit the (Merchant Marine to join Fi- India and del Castro's rebels in the Si. he signed China. 'Formosa have said the Maestra in December A broadcast by PeipingJLama was directed by the 1957, says he has executed asj said the 23-year-old Dalai La-1 red garrison command to many as 11 in one night. At ma had been abducted to a dinner rate of 20 minutes per ex- rebels who rose against the Fears that the communists in- ecution, that kept Capt. Her- overlords last red Chinese week. Peiping charged the rebels Rising, had been armed by supplies airdropped by the Chinese na- tionalists. The supplies in- cluded radio equipment. The rebels attacked Lhasa' on March 19 and were defeat-j ed in two days of battle, Peip-j ing said. It listed rebel cas-1 ualties at captured. The} red Chinese troops seized 000 small arms. 81 machine- guns, 27 mortars, 6 mountain guns and huge amounts of ammunition, the broadcast said. Head of Committee Peiping carefully refrained from assailing the Dalai La- tended to make him their man busy between about prisoner then started the up- a.m., the a.m. usual time, and Hammarskjold on Homeward Trip UN Secretary-General Has 'Useful'Talks With Khrushchev BY A. I. GOLDBERG Moscow Dag Ham- ma, the living Buddha of Ti- betans and man in the---------- -_ The revolt was blamed on J Premier Khrushchev which the "Tibetan local govern-jhe described as "very use- ment and an upper strata re-.ful." inn Hafkprf VlV TV, just before leaving but this was cancelled, without ex rmg ouuuua ui ii-i uas, iiani- was cancelled, wuuuui
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